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The Beach Between Playa Linda & Moomba Will Be Restored

Aruba will  start a big project soon to revitalize and restore the beaches between Playa Linda Beach Resort and Moomba Beach.

The contractor in charge of this is Varadero Aruba.

Varadero is a local market leader in dredging. Their activities include the construction and maintenance of ports and waterways, coastal defense and land reclamation. They also provide related engineering and other specialist services, such as, soil improvement and land remediation.

The project is one that has been in the planification stage for nearly 2 years.

The beach has been damaged a little bit by hurricane Matthew back in 2016 and will be restored.

Revitalize and restoring of the beach means taking away the built up mud like sand in certain locations and pumping new fresh sand.

This will be done with the help of a dredging machine.

The entire beach area to be restored will be divided by 6 areas. During the dredging of each section, it will be closed off by gates and signs to warn beach goers of works going on.

Construction works will be done efficiently.and safely not to disturb the beach experience for visitors and locals in this area (and safe for the marine life).

Varadero Aruba has experience in dredging.

About a year ago they completed dredging the surfside beach and did a great job.

The dredging between playa linda beach resort amd moomba beach should be completed within 6 months.




Maritime Border Between Venezuela and Aruba Reopens June 7, 2018

Prime minister of Aruba confirmed that the border between Venezuela and Aruba will be reopened for boats on June 7 (only for importation of certain products).

It’s been almost 6 months since the President of Venezuela closed the border between the ABC islands for commercial transport for air and sea.

The prime minister sent a group of representatives to discuss the possibilities to open the maritime border. And they managed to come to an agreement with the authorities from Venezuela to reopen the border only for the importation of fruits, vegetables and fish.

Both countries will implement stricter controls for importation of goods from Venezuela from now on.

Only boats made for import that has the proper documentation for goods and passengers will be allowed in Aruba.

Aruba Birdlife Conservation Saves Wetland Near Divi Phoenix in Court Case

This week the court ruled in favor of Aruba Birdlife Conservation against Island Estate Reality which wanted to build a mall including parking lot near eagle beach.

The real estate company intended to create a mall including parking lot in front of the Divi Phoenix, however the location is a protected wetland.

Even though the previous minister of infrastructure approved of the project, the court denied the petition for island estate reality to continue with developments in this area.


It’s Still Not Allowed To Use Harpoons

Minister of justice wants to introduce an electronic permit to allow fishing with harpoon.

However, the law can’t yet be implemented, because its not approved yet by different government departments.

Investigations are still going on to decide under which conditions fishermen can use harpoons. All of these requirements still need to be decided upon before approving electronic permit for harpoons.

According to the director of department of nature and environment , it’s still not allowed to use harpoons or spearfish in Aruba.

There’s no specific date to implement the new electronic permits.

You Can Now Rate Service Given By Family Doctors

Minister of public health announced that a app will be launched that rates the quality of service that family doctors give their patients.

This app gives the community the ability to rate on their service and in turn forcing a better quality rendered by their family doctor.

It will be launched on June 14.

The health minister also announced that as of July 1, 2018. The emergency family doctor office located on Eagle will be relocated in the new hospital building close to the ER (with extended opening hours).

Moving the departments together allows for better communication between the doctors, reduces the waiting time and better service for patients.


The Start of Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season started June 1.

The hurricane season didn’t start out yet properly and there’s already a few hurricanes that are predicted.

The peak season for hurricane is between August – October.

Aruba rarely is hit directly by hurricane, because the island is located outside of the hurricane paths.

2018 Atlantic hurricane names on the way – Alberto, beryl, Chris, Debby. Ernesto. Florence, gordon, Helence, Issac, Joyce, Kirk, Leslie, Michael, Nadine, Oscar, Patty, Rafael, Sara, Tony, valerie and William.

Winds Starting To Pick Up

If you’ve been to Aruba before, you know about the islands tradewinds. But expect the winds to be a little stronger during hurricane season.

Beach goers are advised to stay alert for strong winds and currents. Strap any loose object and personal belongings that can easily blow away.

Island Tips – Use these handy beach towel clips to keep your towel from flying away.

Now You Can Fly Winair in Aruba to St.Maarten

Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) confirmed the news that Windward Islands Airways Intl. N.V. (Winair) will start to fly Aruba – St.Maarten as of  July 2018.

Winair is the official airline from St.Maarten.

They will fly from St.Maarten to Aruba via Curacao on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

From Aruba to St.Maarten  via Curaçao on ,Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

All flights will be in a small plane with a capacity of 48 passengers.

Surinam Airways Introduces New Aircraft

Surinam Airways now has a new airplane (737-700).

The new plane has a capacity of 128 passengers, including 8 business class seats and 120 economy seats.

Suriname Airways operates in 6 destinations -Aruba, Curacao, Trinidad & Tobago, Belem (Brazil), Guyana (Georgetown) and Miami.

Flights in the new airplane are scheduled for October 2018.


Aruba’s Youth Honored With Excellence

This week the two brothers (Lacle) and Mishally wever who journeyed the from Netherlands to Singapore by bike were awarded and recognized as “Hobennan Di Excelencia” by the prime minister of Aruba.

They promoted Aruba by having the flag with them the entire way from europe to asia.
The prime minister also awarded a teenager “Haischel Dabian” who managed to win a international blockchain competition 2 times in a row.

New Place To Try Patisserie in The Morning

A new place you should visit when in Aruba just opened on May 25, 2018.

It’s called Aruba Experience Cafe – Patisserie.

A cultural cafe situated in a beautiful cucunu where you can enjoy an excellent coffee with a delicious homemade panini, pan dushi, cakes and more.

The shop is located in one of the oldest houses back then in Aruba (over 150 years old).

Aruba Experience Cafe is located in the downtown area (address – John G Emanstraat 37)

New Slot Machines at Stellaris

Stellaris Casino has 6 new slot machines.

According to the marketing supervisor they are the only Casino in the Caribbean region with this type of new machines.

The new slots are named star rise (3) and wild fury (3). Both machines have a progressive jackpot that pays big!

Are you going to be the one to win it all?

Not only does stellaris have new slot machines, but they also have a “feel good bingo” on Thursday,  Saturday and Sunday




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So your thinking about going kayaking in Aruba?

You’ve made a great choice, because it’s actually one of the most unique ways to see the island from another point of view.

Kayak The Southern Coast of Aruba

Aruba is surrounded by beautiful beaches, the most popular ones are located on the western coast (hotel area), but the beaches that are best for kayaking are at the southern coast of the island.

There’s different reasons the south coast is great for kayaking:

  • Quiet waters and lagoon
  • It has one of the largest mangrove forest on the island
  • Great for sightseeing
  • Plenty of “secret” beaches and reefs to swim and snorkel
  • Beautiful hidden coves along the route
  • Awesome underwater life

What’s it Like Kayaking in Aruba?

Imagine paddling with your friends and family, through a lagoon covered with mangroves.

You’ll “ooh and aah” while you point out to the sites along the kayak route to your fellow kayakers.

You’re going to feel up close and personal with nature as you kayak in this area of Aruba.

What Are You Going To See?

You will notice that the coast is dotted with beautiful green mangroves. These mangroves are important for the marine life.

There’s also a barrier reef  perfect for snorkeling. You’ll be amazed by the underwater life.

From colorful tropical fishes, to corals, sponges, manta rays, star fish, snails, squids, angel fish, parrot fish, zebra fish, trumpet fish, eels, and many other gorgeous underwater creatures.

The southern coast has reefs and secret snorkeling locations that will leave you amazed.

Perfect for underwater photography, don’t forget your underwater camera or waterproof phone cases.

kayak-in-aruba

This could be you….


How To Explore The Southern Coast of Aruba

Are you convinced you should go kayaking in Aruba?

If you’re staying near the low rise or high rise hotel area, you’re going to need:

  • a rental car (including trailer for the kayak)
  • Find and contact rental company
  • Know how to: drive to the south coast, kayak routes and must see spots (and snorkel).

It can be a hassle to transport or rent the kayak.  

All of this can take so much time away from actually going kayaking.

Booking a guided kayak tour is one of the best ways to explore the south coast of Aruba.

Guided Kayak Tours in Aruba

Consider a kayak tour if you’re a beginner at kayaking, don’t know how to get to the southern coast, unknown with the kayak trails or must see spots.

Aruba Kayak Adventure

I recommend booking a guided tour with an established and reputable company – Aruba Kayak Adventures.

They are one of the first kayak companies in Aruba and have many years of experience leading people of all abilities on kayaking.

Kayak Adventure Tour Explained

Aruba Kayak Adventures picks you up at your hotel (including drop off), and take you to the start point of the kayal tour.

After getting to know your guides, they will brief you with full instructions on safety, how to easily get in and out of the kayak, how to paddle and steer.

When you get the hang of it, off you go!

You’ll explore the mangroves at the Spanish Lagoon (legendary for pirate stories) and head out to open waters at Mangel Halto (most beautiful azure waters you’ll see) for a break.

After the break, your guide will take you for a swim and snorkeling at the barrier reef (amazing underwater life)

After you snorkel you will paddle your way back to the launch point and head out for lunch at the islands National Brewery Balashi Beer Gardens.

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Mangel Halto is calling your name…




Rent a Kayak in Aruba

If you’re not that much interested in guided tours, but want to explore the southern coast of Aruba on your own than you should look consider kayak rental in Aruba. 

Aruba Kayak Adventure also rents out kayaks!

Other Places To Kayak When Renting

Besides exploring the southern coast of the island, you can also kayak the western coast beaches like: malmok, tres trapi, and boca catalina bay and arashi.

Kayaking near the western coast of the island,  watch out for boats and stronger currents (and winds).

Kayaking in Aruba can be challenging, basic physical & upper body strength are required.

Always make sure to wear a life vest when kayaking, even if you’re the best swimmer.

Places To Stay Near Southern Coast of Aruba

The southern coast of the island is different than the hotel area. In this part of the island, you’ll get a feeling of living among locals, and close to the beach (plus is more quaint and relaxing). Here’s a few accommodations in the southern coast of the island.

Serene By The Sea

Club Arias Bed & Breakfast

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Thousands of visitors and locals crowded the downtown area craving to taste the best street cuisine during food truck festival in Aruba (April 28 – 29, 2018).

What Is Food Truck Festival in Aruba About?

Food truck festival is all about bringing locals and tourists together to enjoy the best street cuisine from food trucks on the island.

Not only food, but also live music and a kids corner.

It’s one of those perfect island get together for families looking to enjoy an evening out.

Food truck festival takes place once a year in April (2018 was the 2nd edition).

You’ve probably missed it this year.

But keep reading to find out more about the event and what you should expect if you plan to visit next year.

You’ll have an appetite for food trucks in Aruba after reading this!



Food Truck Festival in Aruba 2018

The event was held right in the middle of the downtown area, on plaza daniel leo (in front of Zarra, behind Renaissance Resort & Casino).

All the food trucks were stationed around the plaza, with hungry customers waiting in line to taste new flavor cuisine.

All The Local Favorite Trucks Were On Site

There where a lot food trucks.

Not only food trucks, but also food stands by locals who do pop ups and private catering.

All the local favorites were on site – Eataly, El Mexicano, Candela, Pofferdorie, Nos Local, Burger Joint, Skina Crioyo Snack, E Sushi Hap, Piets, D’abaru, Lit, The Little One, Ice Cream, Gelatissimo, Aged Wine Bar – over 15 different food trucks and stands!



It’s All About Truck Food

The culinary scene in Aruba (including truck food) is influenced by over 75 different nationalities that live on the island.

Truck food offers traditional platters like funchi, carni stoba, oyster soup, seafood platters, BBQ and many more local dishes.

Next to local tradition, the food truck scene is also influenced by the Dutch pancake (poffertjes), fries with mayonnaise (and peanut sauce with onions) and haring.

There’s also wraps, tortillas tacos, burrito, quesadilla ,Tacos, burgers, sushi, various cuisines from different island in the Caribbean, Japanese dishes, Arabic food, and local ice cream.

These are just a few options of what’s available on the island for truck foods, but not limited to what’s mentioned either (so many choices, and many other food trucks weren’t on site).

Delicious steak platter at Piets Super Snack. Fries, steak, pink sauce and small salad on the side with dressing. Oyster soup from Piets was yummy!

Dutch fries with mayonnaise, ketchup or peanut sauce!

A few food stands offered vegetarian cuisine for non meat eaters.

Price For Food

You have to buy tokens to pay for the food.

1 token is 2,50 Aruban florins. (1 USD = 1.75 Aruban florins) – 3 dollars is worth 2 tokens and you get 25 cents back change.

The food at all trucks where minimum 2 tokens, and certain platters ranged up to 3, 4 even 6 tokens.

Soft drinks were 1 token, beers 2 tokens, wine and mixed drinks 3 tokens or more.

Admission to the food truck festival is free.

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Where Can You Find These Food Trucks Outside of Food Truck Festival?

We all have our moments when we crave a late night bite or a fast lunch run from the beach.

Food trucks come in real handy, but  where do you find them?

If you missed this year’s festival, you can still get a taste of Aruba’s street cuisine by visiting the food trucks on the island.

Here’s a few popular food trucks and where to find them.

  • Eataly (in front of Eagle Bowling on sasaki weg)
  • El Mexicano (in front of Lekker restaurant in Palm Beach)
  • Candela (in front of royal plaza in Oranjestad)
  • Burger Joint (located in ponton, close to wema hardware store)
  • Piets Super Snack (in front of Stadium Frans Figaroa in Noord)
  • Happy Appy’s Shoarma & Patat (located close to mangel halto beach)
  • E Sushi Shap (this restaurant is in Tanki Leendert)
  • Ice Cream (stationed at arashi beach)
  • All the other food stands either only do pop up events or private catering services.





What Type of Drinks were Available?

Food truck festival also had a variety of drinks available.

Soft drinks, wine, cocktails and various different types of craft beers.

There was also a stand called LIT that offered plant based drinks infused with locally made rum.

The drink called “kalamara” was refreshing and gets you lit – with hibiscus flower and white rum.

LIT was one of the food stands that had vegetarian options on their menu.

Dish called “crioyo maneuverz” fried okra, squash, pumpkin, black eyed peas, pâté and edible flowers.

Tips For Visiting Food Truck Festival

Your goal is to try as many food trucks as possible before the event ends.

Most likely you’re only going to make it to a few trucks because of the long waiting lines.

How can you get this advantage when hundreds of other people are also waiting in line to try street cuisines?

My tip to you is go early to buy tokens and be the first one in the row for your favorite trucks you want to try.

Or if you’re visiting with a group, split up and order everyone’s favorite separately and enjoy the culinary delights at the dining area.

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My Final Thoughts About Food Truck Festival

If you like to eat, you should plan your trip to Aruba around this event (which takes place in April).

If your trip to Aruba is not during food truck festival, you can still enjoy truck food by visiting their locations around the island.

Bon Appetit!


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This post includes a list of 21 unique things to do in Aruba that you’ve probably never thought of doing before, but should book for your upcoming trip.

Unique Things To Do in Aruba

The list consist of three categories from beach, air and land activities. It has both low impact energy activity and adventure for thrill seekers.

You might of never heard from these activities before (that’s the point), and some you’ve never gotten the chance to do it before, but totally should.

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21 activities in Aruba you’re missing out on!

Cost of Activities in Aruba

The cost of activities in Aruba can range from different prices, some can be free, but some can range between $20.00 and $100.00 per person.

This depends on the type of activity and can range even more up to the hundreds of dollars depending on the exclusivity of the activity.

Should You Book Activities Online, or in Aruba?

It all depends on your personal preference, if you you don’t want to be married to any activity you can wait until you’re on the island to book. But doing this, depending on the activity you’re trying to book it could be sold out for when you want it.

The best advice I can give is to book the activities online that you certainly don’t want to miss, and the other ones that you don’t really care about you can book on the island.

You can easily book the activities that are listed in this article by using the referral links to the companies website. There’s a bunch of other reasons you should book your activities online…

  • It’s fast, easy and you get the best price
  • Guaranteed access, experience a hassle-free trip
  • You will receive your voucher via email, print this voucher or show it on your smartphone at the meeting point

Keep reading to discover my list of unique and unusual off the beaten path activities while in Aruba…




Beach Activities in Aruba

The island is known for its beautiful beaches, but they’re also popular among tourist that are looking for fun motorized (and non motorized) water sports.

Next to jet ski and banana boats, there’s a dozen more water fun to experience on the island.

Here’s a few of the beach activities in Aruba that are unique and worth doing, if you dare.

1. Jet Blade, Jet Pack & Hoverboard in Aruba

If you’re looking for a wild ride consider doing jetblade in Aruba.

What’s jet blade? It’s an underfoot water propulsion equipments that lets you levitate above water. Are you ready to be propelled 30 feet in the air? 

Book the jetblade in Aruba here – It’s going to be quite a rush to your brain.


Jet Blade in Aruba – $102.50

from: Viator

There’s also a propelled jetpack available if you want to learn how to fly.

It’s designed to boost you up in the sky. Up to nine meters high, wow!

A certified instructor will teach you how to work with these machines.

Once you manage to lift yourself up you’ll have freedom of movement and fly just like a bird.


Aruba Jetpack Adventure – $102.49

from: Viator

Do you dare to do this one? If so, reserve your jetpack experience in Aruba.

If the jetpack or jetblade isn’t enough adventure for you, try the hoverboard!

The hoverboard has enough power to propel you up to 40 feet in the air.

It’s the next best thing between surfing and flying at the same time.

If you’re really skilled you could be doing some tricks within no time.


Hoverboard in Aruba – $102.50

from: Viator

Video For Jet Blade & Hoverboard

Check out this video that captures the adventure that awaits you…

2. Take A Trip on Aqua Donut

The first activities might not be for everyone, but taking a trip on the aqua donut maybe the water activity that’s right for you.

The aqua donut is a motor powered boat that you can rent out (no need for boat license).

Go with the aqua donut if you’re looking for an unusual way to relax on the beach.

unique things to do in Aruba

For more information visit – https://octopusaruba.com/aquadonut/

One donut boat can hold up to 10 people.

For more information visit the aqua donut page. 


3. Rent a Private Boat in Aruba

There’s plenty of catamaran that offer excursions on the island, but a few offer the personal experience like Octopus private boat in Aruba.

Octopus offers trips customized to your personal preferences. You get to create the days itinerary with the captain and crew members, tell them what you want and they show you the best way.

They have private snorkel tours, breakfast with champagne in the morning, wine, whiskey and beer tasting sessions.

There’s over 26 different type of drinks aboard the ship. It’s a minimum of 2 hours sailing depending on your personal package. Also includes sandwich for lunch, snacks and fruits.


Octopus The Private Boat From Aruba! – $900.00

from: Viator

4. Climb Aboard A Submarine

Yes, it’s true – Aruba has a submarine and it offers a truly different experience.  

The vessel departs from Atlantis in Oranjestad towards a journey over 150 feet below the waters. The captain takes you to two popular shipwrecks, and the barcadera reef which is known for colorful marine life.

I took one of these submarine tours once, and it was quite and experience, one I’d likely do again.

Atlantis Submarine Video

Curious what the submarine looks like and the tour?

Take a peek at the fun you can have inside this submarine…

5. Take The Kids To Splash Park

Are you traveling to Aruba with kids?

Bring them to the inflatable park located on the beach that’s fun for the entire family.

There’s plenty of attractions within the park like monkey bars and massive towers that are a challenge even for the most skilled climbers.

It also has a huge trampoline, which is one of the highlights of the place.

Buy the entrance for the splash park and get the family ready to challenge each other with climbing, running, crawling and bouncing into the water!


Aruba Water Park and Tour – $45.00

from: Viator

6. Snorkel The SeaBob Way

Snorkeling is exciting and it’s always a fun thing to do on the island. But going snorkeling with underwater scooters (seabobs) makes the journey of discovering marine life unique.

Can you see yourself holding on to one of these water scooters as you blast your way through the ocean?  

The tours take place near boca catalina and bays near the area of malmok.

7. Go Diving, But at Night Time

Diving is a beautiful water activity that’s mostly done during the day, but the fact that you can also go diving at night in Aruba makes it quite unique  and a must do for scuba enthusiasts.

It’s going to be a whole new world when you go diving under the glow of the moonlight.


Red Sail Aruba Night Diving Aruba – $67.29

from: Viator

You must be a certified diver to book this excursion (and must show certification). Depending how long your last dive was, a refresher course will be recommended when signing up. This night diving excursion might not be the perfect one for beginner divers, but you can always book an introductory diving lesson in Aruba.

8. Do Yoga On a Stand Up Paddle Board

Are you attracted to blissful activities?

If so try doing yoga while balancing on a stand up paddle board. It’s one of the ultimate ways to achieve relaxation in Aruba.

What’s unique about this yoga class? It’s done by one of the most popular yoga teachers on the island Yoga Girl.

Think you’ll have a hard time being stable on the board? Don’t worry they pre-anchored it to stay in place, so the only thing you have to worry about is focusing on the meditation. A fun new trend to try even once…

For more information & bookings visit the island yoga website



Air Activities in Aruba

Most of us belong to water or land activities, but this part of the list for unique things to do in Aruba, features activities that require you to be in the sky…

These following suggestions for unique things to do in Aruba are obviously for those who are looking for a wild experience and an unforgettable time on the island.

9. Up, Up and Away on a Parasail

Can you imagine yourself up in the air enjoying the panoramic view of the island?

If so, let one of the watersport boats tow you while your strapped to a kite up to 400 feet in the air.

They offer trips for single or double flyers for adults, kids and even if your in a wheelchair!


Aruba Parasailing Adventure – $62.00

from: Viator

10. Aim High Go Skydiving

Would you go skydiving?

Not sure right? Me neither..

Maybe someday I will, maybe…

However, if there’s any place I would go skydiving for the first time, it will probably be in Aruba.

Skydiving Aruba is owned by two professional skydivers. The airplane is especially made for skydiving. And the instructors are licensed and comply with all regulations by the United States Parachute Associations.

Are you thrillseeker enough to sign up for this unique activity in Aruba?

For more information and bookings visit the skydive Aruba website.

Explore Aruba in Different Ways

The island is small in size, but don’t let the perception of Aruba being tiny make you think there’s nothing much to see on the island. In contrary there’s plenty of sites to see and unique things to do in Aruba.

The most popular way to explore the island is with a land rovers, but there’s many other unique ways to discover Aruba…

11. Segway Tour in Aruba

See the island on a two wheel all terrain vehicle that’s pretty easy to ride once you get the hang of it.

I’ve driven one of these machines before and they’re pretty fun.

They have different segways tours available starting from the hotel area alongside the coastlines towards Malmok coastlines for sightseeing.

They also have segways tours that go further towards the malmok coastlines Arashi beach and the California Lighthouse. Or book a private segway tour full customized to your personal preferences.

Segways are fun for kids and give you a taste for the off-road experience on the island with jeeps, atv and utv.


Malmok Beach Sightseeing Segway Tour in Aruba – $50.00

from: Viator

12. Wear Boots and Go Hiking (or mountain biking)

Are you the type that likes to go out in nature?

If so consider a hiking trip to explore the island by foot on the islands outback trails.

Aruba is for the most part desert and dry landscape which makes for a perfect hiking opportunities.

The best place to hike is within National Park Arikok, because of the awesome trials to miramar and jamanota which gives you spectacular views of the north coastline of the island. It’s really incredible.

During the trip you’ll see cactus, rock formations, caves with ancient indian paintings, goats, donkeys, shocos (Aruba’s burrowing owl) and beautiful views, you won’t believe the stunning scenery exist in the world.

You can even book a private mountain bike tour on the island with a guide that will take you through the outback to see the island in a unique ways and point of views.


Personal Advanced Mountain Biking Tour in Aruba – $160.43

from: Viator

13. Go Off Road

No matter how many times you discover the island by jeep, utv or atv it remains one of the most unique things to do in Aruba.

What makes this activity unique? Every visit can be different and you always encounter new secret coves, caves and private beaches.

There’s different tours you can choose from atv tours that include swimming at natural pool or utv tours to iconic sites around the island and hidden bays like blackstone beach.

Depending where you want to go, a standard rental car can be enough to explore the country side of the island, however if you want to visit sites like natural pool you need to rent a jeep or book a tour to take you there.

You can also rent and drive your own utv or atv to explore the island on your own.

14. Take a Ride on a Trike

See the island on a trike guided tour.

A trike is a three-wheeled motorcycle. It’s an unique thing to do in Aruba for couples.  

Can you imagine yourself rolling through the island on this awesome looking bike?

For more information and bookings check out the trike page.  

15. Explore The Island in a Spyder

There  are other unusual ways to discover the island, similar to the trike, but this is the spyder tour.

What’s makes this tour different is the type of vehicles.

They’re fun to drive and give you an adrenaline rush.

Spyder tours go to popular landmark,  beautiful beaches and local hangout spots on the island.  

Book one of these unique looking bikes and rev through the downtown area towards scenic places.


Aruba Spyder Tour – $200.00

from: Viator

16. Ride A Horse in Aruba

Want a more relaxing and unique way to explore the island other than a motorized vehicle?

Consider seeing what the island has to offer with horseback ride.

There’s private ranches on the island that offer tours to national park arikok and even horseback tours to one of the islands hidden bays andicuri. You can even choose private horseback tours to a hidden lagoon.

Whichever excursion you take you’ll be sure to see Aruba’s beautiful views along the way.

17. Have Dinner & Watch A Frank Sinatra Show

You’re invited to enjoy a dinner and a show by native islander Fred de Jong.
The local vocalist channels Frank Sinatra through his music as you enjoy spectacular dishes and drinks in the evening. Fred de Jong also covers other popular romantic songs.

It’s a must try activity if you love Frank Sinatra’s music and culinary dishes on the island.

The show takes place once a week and is one of the unique things to do in Aruba for couples.

18. Summer Bike Vibes

Are you looking for a fun way to go sightseeing and  spend time in Aruba with friends?

Then maybe you should look into booking a trip on the summer bike vibes.

You and friends can enjoy drinks while you pedal down the strip on palm beach and eagle beach…

Find out more information & bookings visit the Aruba summer bike vibes page.

19. Sing on a Karaoke Bus

Aruba has a lot of different excursions, but there’s only one bar hopping bus that has karaoke on board.

The bus is known to also go bar hopping for free shots, bar jams and dinner tours.

Hop on the bus and sing along with a large karaoke tv screen that displays the lyrics as you make your way through the island. Visit Karaoke Party Bus Facebook page for more information.


20. See Pink Flamingos

I’m sure you’ve heard about pink flamingos on the island, and you want to visit them.

The flamingos live on a private beach owned by the Renaissance Resort.

They are the main attraction on this private island, but the private island is also great for relaxing and also offer different other unique things to do in Aruba. Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino
You can visit the private island free if you’re staying at the Renaissance hotel, in case you’re not staying the tickets can start from $100.00 or more. If you really want to see these flamingos, I recommend staying a night at the Renaissance Hotel to get a free pass to the island. Check here for availability to spend a day or more at the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino.

It’s not possible to book a day pass to the private island in advance, so I advice to call the resort ahead of time to make sure they still have day passes for sale and reserve them then.

21. Try The Escape Room

Last but not least on my list of unique things to do in Aruba is the escape room.

It’s a live action entertainment experience where you are locked in a room and the only way to get out is to figure out mysteries to unlock the door.

You’ll be handed clues and puzzles and  have 60 minutes to solve the case.

Don’t worry incase you panic and need to exit before time, you can. This activity is great for a group of friends looking for a kick and  something unusual to do in Aruba.

Video Escape Room

Want to see more about the escape room? Check out this video…

For more information & reservations visit the escape room page.

Plan A Trip To Aruba

It’s not a secret that Aruba is special and turns every first time visitors into loyal repeat guests.

If you’ve been to the island once, you know what I’m talking about.

Planning a trip to Aruba is not an easy task, but once you’ve gotten yourself a plane ticket and a place to stay, prepare  for an unforgettable time of your life on the island.

Start researching the hotels deals on the island with one of my favorite tools to research hotels…

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Should you stay all inclusive in Aruba or not?

You’re planning your trip to Aruba, but are new to the use of the resorts.

Is it overall cheaper to go all inclusive? Or should you just get the regular rooms rates and pay for everything else separately?

You’re not the only one wondering if all inclusive in Aruba is worth it.

So how do you make the right decision whether to buy the all inclusive package, or skip it and pay for everything separately without going over budget?

Let’s take a closer look into all inclusive versus non all inclusive in Aruba.

All inclusive in Aruba or not?

All inclusive in Aruba or not, this view is amazing! Wish you were here…

All Inclusive in Aruba Is Convenient

When you’re on an all inclusive vacation, you know you’ve paid for your food and drinks before hand. You can drink and eat anything you want, and how much you want. There’s no need to cook, serve or clean up, it’s all conveniently done for you.

You practically don’t have anything to worry about, and plenty of time to relax.

That’s what you’re on vacation for, right?

Besides having everything you need at your fingertips, here’s a few reasons you should consider when thinking about staying all inclusive in Aruba or not.

Aruba Is Safe, Why Stay In The Resort

The idea of exploring the island might be a scary thought for you, if it’s your first time in Aruba.

But there’s nothing to worry about, because Aruba is one of the safest islands in the Caribbean.

It’s recommended to discover the island, eat local food and mingle with the happiest people on earth.




Too Many Great Restaurants

Most people who’ve been to Aruba will tell you it’s not worth staying all inclusive in Aruba, because there’s too many great restaurants on the island.

They are right, there’s over 200 restaurants in Aruba serving spectacular cuisines at different price ranges. But staying all inclusive doesn’t mean you have to only eat and drink at the hotel.

You still have the option for a dinner at a local restaurant.

Is It Worth It, If You Don’t Drink A Lot?

All inclusive in Aruba might not be worth it, if you’re an occasional drinker.

There’s plenty of other ways to get alcohol if you’re not staying all inclusive:

  • You can buy liquor at the duty free shop when you arrive.
  • Or purchase it in the supermarkets
  • Go for drinks during happy hour, special prices or 2 for 1.

If drinks are important to you, it’s going to be practical to go all inclusive. Or possibly risk your wallet to get a hangover, because of the costly bar bill. Drinks costs between $5.00 – $10.00 at the bars near the resort.

All Inclusive in Aruba is Better With Children

If you’re traveling to Aruba with kids, it’s going to be worth it going all inclusive.

It’s not only worth it, it makes your life easier, which makes for a more enjoyable vacation.

Kids can eat all day long, especially if they’re doing beach activities and swimming in the pool.

You don’t need to worry about leaving the pool to take out your wallet every time they get hungry.

Travelling With A Large Group Can Be Expensive

It can get very expensive when you’re traveling with a large group in Aruba.

Consider the high costs for transportation to off property restaurants if you’re not planning rent minivans.

Plus the cost to have a nice dinner, drinks and dessert for a large group of people, including kids.

The bill can easily add up to hundreds of dollars, just for one night out. If you don’t see yourself spending all that money, consider going all inclusive.

Is It Cheaper To Go All Inclusive in Aruba?

Whether you drink or eat a lot are key factors when deciding to book the package.

It’s also equally or more important to calculate if it makes sense financially.

Before you make a decision, price out your all inclusive package, and compare it to what you think you will spend in Aruba for food and drinks (and other services included in your package).

You might find out that booking all inclusive compared to paying for everything separately is so close in price that it makes sense to go all inclusive. Now it’s up to you to make a choice based on your personal preferences.

Depending where you’re flying in from, your all inclusive package can be priced at a higher rate. But if the amount of money you’re going to spend during your vacation is at a lower price point than all inclusive, why pay more if you don’t have to.

Unless money is no issue, than why not?

If this is the case you can use all inclusive to enjoy the parts of it you like, and you can eat out, drink, and experience the island when you want – the best of both worlds!

All Inclusive Resorts in Aruba

There are a lot of resorts on the island, but not all of them are all inclusive. Some of them only offer certain all inclusive options. Here are the resorts that have all inclusive, and options.


What To Look For In All Inclusive Packages

All inclusive can be a misnomer, because some packages can provide goods and services that you might not care for, so the value might not be as good as it sounds.

There’s a lot of things to look for in all inclusive packages.

Are you going for the drinks? Ask if the resort has top shelf liquor? If not how much do you need to pay extra?

Are non-motorized water sports included in the package?

Does the room have a mini-bar? Is room service available 24 hours?

Can you eat everything on the menu? Are there charges for certain items on the menu?

Are transfers to and from the hotel included?

Looking into what’s not included in your all package, might surprise you by saving money.

Should I Do All Inclusive in Aruba?

If it’s your first time on the island, and you want to play it safe – go all inclusive if you can afford it.

After all, your on vacation, you don’t want to be watching every penny you spend, and you certainly don’t want to go over your budget.

But if paying for it all separately is cheaper, you can also have the time of your life if you research for deals and budget correctly.

There’s couples that spend less than $100.00 a day in Aruba, and enjoy their vacation. For families this amount can be a higher, but still affordable if you do your homework and plan ahead.

What To Do During Your Vacation

The island is safe and easy to get from one point to the other.

Renting a car in Aruba and go to the other side of the island to see beautiful views.

Find new beaches that aren’t crowded from tourist, encounter hidden gem places to eat, and make everlasting friendships with locals.  

You’re already on the island, why not go out and explore and find out why millions of people return every year.

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How To Travel 3 Days in Aruba Itinerary

If your planning to spend 3 days in Aruba or more, here’s one of my complete travel itinerary with things to do, where to eat local and how to enjoy the most out of your vacation.

Relaxation is top priority when on vacation, but once your zenned out, the island awaits for you to be explored…

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Day One – Island Tour & Local Eats

Get acquainted with Aruba’s iconic landmarks with an island tour!

There are plenty of tour companies that offer different tour packages -half day, full day and private excursions. The guides are sure to show you the most beautiful spots, while they explain the history and culture behind it all.

You can also blaze your own trail through the desert terrain on the north side of the island by renting your own vehicle. (I recommend to rent a car to explore the island, even if it’s for a day).

You can easily visit popular landmarks, like the California Lighthouse, Alto Vista Chapel, Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins and Natural Bridge with a standard rental car. But you’re going to need a jeep to visit Natural Pool (Conchi), Daimari Beach or other similar attractions that have rocky trails.

Whether you discover the island in your own rental car, or by tour. It’s going to be a journey towards beautiful beaches, scenic coastlines, historic landmarks, and mysterious looking caves.

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Explore the island, visit popular landmarks.

You’ve probably worked up an appetite for local cuisine after discovering the north part of the island.

Pikas Corner and Local Store are restaurants known to serve food with a local flair.

Pikas Corner has a menu with traditional Aruban dishes and snacks. Try their soup appetizers (sopi yambo), entrees like cucumber stoba, kerie-kerie or balchi pisca. For dessert order the locals favorite, bolo di cashupete (cashew cake).

Local Store has one of the best burgers on the island. They serve it with self made funchi fries and sriracha mayo sauce. Love craft beers? They also have them, and a lot of variety.

If you still have energy after exploring the island, head over to Bugaloe Beach Bar, for happy hour and live music (from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM & 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM)

Sing along and dance to music and enjoy the special prices on drinks.

It’s okay to call it a night, if you’re feeling tired, because tomorrow morning is another day to explore the island.

Day Two – Snorkel, Happy Hour & Fine Dining

For the most important meal of the day, head over to Linda’s Dutch Pancake House to get a delicious Dutch style breakfast.

You can put different toppings on your pancakes – strawberries, apple, mango, whip cream, cheese, bacon and pepperoni. These are just a few of the options for toppings (gluten free and lactose free pancakes also available).

Or go to Bright Bakery for breakfast: coffee and traditional Aruban morning snacks, freshly made sandwiches, pastries, local spiced cakes (drigidek), sweet rolls, and donuts.  

After breakfast, it’s going to be the perfect time to go snorkeling.

There’s plenty of catamaran snorkeling excursions like Sail Away Tours and Tranquilo that will take you to popular snorkeling sites around the island.

Or bring your own snorkeling gear and beach hop to bays like Mangel Halto, Tres Trapi or Boca Catalina Bay.

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Jump in, go snorkel…

Mangel Halto is known for clear blue waters, abundance of colorful fishes, sea horses, squids and manta rays.

Tres Trapi is known as “star city”, because of the amount of sea stars on the bottom of the ocean.

Boca Catalina Bay is also great for snorkeling, because of the variety of sea life – even turtles pass by here.

After snorkeling, take a stroll through the downtown area and shop for souvenirs at the Local Flea Market, hunt for unique art made by local artisans at Cosecha Art Gallery or find new items in the recently renovated Downtown Shopping Area.

What’s for lunch?

I recommend West Deck for a Caribbean inspired lunch, with an open view of the beach at Governors Bay.

They offer tapas and traditional local bites such as fried funchi with dutch cheese. Or try Aruban keshi yena, which is another local favorite.

Since you’re in the downtown area, take a stroll on the newly constructed linear park to one of the islands newest hangout spots – Surfside Beach Bar.

They have happy hour (from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM) and also inexpensive rentals for beach chairs and parasols. Prices are $6.00 per chair – parasol are $4.00 each – two chairs and parasol is $15.00

Don’t forget to make dinner plans before happy hours ends.

Picking a restaurant for dinner can be tough, with so many dining options and high quality dishes. That’s why I recommend trying at least 3 new restaurants when on the island and continue from there.

Try a chic dinner in bed experience at Screaming Eagle (French fusion boutique-cuisine). Or make reservations at The Wine Room for a private wine tasting and a three course steak menu dinner. Or visit Mexico at Los Soles – a Mexican culture gourmet restaurant and sip powerful margaritas.

If you’re feeling lucky after dinner, try your luck at Excelsior Casino (largest poker room), Crystal Casino (carnival bingo every wednesday) or Alhambra Casino (slot machines and table games).




Day Three – Explore San Nicolas & Sunset Sail

Keep enjoying the local foods the island has to offer by visiting Don Pastechi Factory one of the best places to get pastechis in Aruba. It’s a fried pastry filled with different toppings like cheese, tuna, chicken and even pizza.

Or head south of the island for coffee, omelette, sandwiches, arepas, and mix your own smoothies at Antesala Cafe.

After breakfast keep going southeast of the island, to the district of San Nicolas, better known as the cultural heritage city of Aruba.

Once here you can discover over a dozen Murals painted by local and international artist. There’s also a Cosecha Art Gallery in the middle of the promenade that’s worth checking out if you like to buy more locally made art.

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Artistic murals, worth checking out!

San Nicolas displays a lot of its history inside 3 of its museums.

Visit the Community Museum that has 2 rooms filled with antique items and memorabilia from the “old days” of Aruba.

There’s also the Museum of Industry which narrates Aruba’s industrial history.

If you are enthusiastic about miniature items, than you’d probably want to check out the private Train Museum which has the largest collection of trains, planes, automobiles and buses on the island.

In case you need a quick bite to eat, visit Mundi Health Cafe for wraps, salads, sandwiches and a some refreshments to keep you going through the day.

Now that your refeuled keep going south until you reach one of Aruba’s most precious bays, Baby Beach.

After taking in all the beautiful views at this side of the island, put on your fins and mask to go snorkeling with colorful parrot fishes, yellow soldiers and other nemos.

You’ve probably worked up an appetite after your snorkeling session.

Visit Kamini’s Kitchen if you want to experience home style curry food, seafood and vegetarian cuisine. Or try Oneil’s Caribbean Kitchen, for the best jerk chicken and oxtail on the island.

Before the sun hides away, step aboard a catamaran and sail the waters during sunset.

As the sun makes its way down, you’ll start reminiscing about your vacation so far, before you know it your planning for next 3 days in Aruba vacation. Aruba Sunset Catamaran Cruise – $57.00
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The Mill Resort & Suites celebrated national flag & anthem day with a weekly Sunday brunch in Aruba.

I attended this event and experienced one of the best flag day brunch on the island.

This article recaps the flag day brunch at The Mill Resort & Suites, including more information about the hotel (which is currently being renovated and rebranded to Courtyard By Marriott).

More About National Flag & Anthem Day

The entire island celebrates national flag & anthem day each year on March 18 to commemorate a decision that change the status of Aruba within the Dutch kingdom over 4 decades ago.

The Aruban flag and national anthem (named Aruba dushi Tera) was inaugurated on March 18, 1976 to symbolize the islands own identity after the Dutch Government refused to negotiate a special status within the kingdom.

In January 1, 1986 – a political activist named Gilberto Croes, better known as “Betico Croes” successfully managed to separate the island, as a own country within the dutch kingdom.

Events Around The Island During Flag Day

A strong sense of pride is displayed each year during flag day, as locals wear t-shirts, bandanas, banners, hats and other accessories with the Aruban flag printed on it.

It’s a tradition for families to drive around and seek the different activities.

From cultural demonstrations at Plaza Betico Croes in Oranjestad, to numerous other events in different districts like cultural shows, traditional ribbon dances, and sport tournaments. Of course with traditional food and drinks available.

Next time you’re on the island during flag day, buy your branded Aruba clothes, hit the streets for festive events and  celebrate just like a native Aruban.

In the meantime, read more about our local brunch at The Mill Resort & Suites.

New Extended Breakfast Concept

The Mill Resort & Suites offers a new breakfast concept on between 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

It’s an extended buffet style breakfast / brunch, including several different stations to set up your plate.

You can choose from toast bread, frikandel, bacon, potato salad, fresh salmon, shrimps, fruits, dessert and so much more. They also have an omelette station, with a private chef to make your eggs just the way you like it. Omelettes are served with toppings like cheese, tomato, ham, green pepper, onions and mushrooms.

Seating was plenty options, with inside dining, outside under a gazebo or in the open air with a beautiful view of the new pool.

It costs $35.00 plus tax – Children between 5-12 pay half price, and locals receive a 10% discount.



Crioyo Brunch With Traditional Dishes

Since it was flag day, their local Sunday brunch had an Aruban flair to it. Locals call it “crioyo” (pronounced as kri-jo-jo) , which means “that which is native, tradition and exclusively belonging to the island”.

The food stations were filled with authentic Aruban foods.

Everyone received a welcome mimosa drink titled “nos bandera” which means “our flag” in Papiamento. And they had juice, tea and coffee available for refreshments.

Besides their normal brunch menu, they had traditional dishes like sopi oester (oyster soup), whole red fish, arroz moro (rice and peas), carni stoba (beef stew), keshi yena (layers of melted cheese, chicken and stuffings).

Side dishes like funchi and pan bati were also available.

The keshi yena and carni stoba was simply divine, a must try!

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Traditional Dishes (whole red fish, aroz moro oyster soup, keshi yena, beef stew).

Other Typical Dishes

Aruba’s food is mixed with different cultures, because of the over 50 nationalities on the island.  

But the island has some typical dishes that are tradition and native to the island.

For example, kerie kerie (minced shark meat), Cabrito Stoba (goat stew), and sopi yambo (okra soup) are just a few of the must try dishes if you want to get a taste of the local food.



Spending The Day in The Newly Renovated Pool

After brunch, we headed to the lobby, got our day pass wristbands and headed out to the pool area and spent the rest of the afternoon just relaxing.

As I mentioned before, the Mill Resort & Suites is currently being renovated and rebranded to Courtyard By Marriott.

The pool area is completely remodeled now with two new free form swimming pools, including a kids pool, new towel hut and jacuzzi.

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There’s plenty of new palapas and lounge chairs available.

You get a clear view of the pool and plenty of shade no matter where you sit.

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New Swim Up Bar

One of the newly renewed pools has a swim up bar called Mango’s.

The swim up bar is surrounded by a waterfall on one side with rock-lounging iguanas on it. And there’s also a terrace in the back of the bar with a BBQ under a mango tree.

You can order grilled food like meat skewers, BBQ, wraps, pinchos or salads.

Mango’s also has happy hour (6:00 pm – 8:00 pm), two for one on drinks, and entertainment with live music and DJ’s.

My first drink at mango swim up bar was the daily special.

Strawberry, cherry, and more rum please 😆

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Dink of the day, tasted as good as it looks!

Road To Courtyard

The Mill Resort & Suites started renovations and rebranding it into a Courtyard Resort by Marriott late 2017.

I spent a weekend here during the beginning stages of renovations.

Read the article transformation of The Mill in Aruba to see how the renovations looked like when it first started.

I’m not a restaurateur, but I imagine it’s not easy to renovate a property, while still in business. They are so far ahead in the construction at the moment, and you barely notice the construction works going on.

The Transformation Is Going To Be Worth It.

Not only will the interior and exterior of the resort be renovated, but a new way of offering service will be implemented that are up to Marriott’s standards.

Renovations should be completed before the end of 2018, the wait is going to be worth it!

A separate post for new updates on renovations will be published soon.


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